Gender is not an illness

Gender is not an illness presents the argument that the pathologization of trans people infringes international human rights law, and leads to a range of human rights violations across civil and political, economic, social and cultural rights. This argument is supported by international human rights jurisprudence and standards as interpreted by United Nations (UN) and regional human rights bodies and mechanisms.

The State of Intersex Organizing (2nd Edition) | Report 2017

Understanding the Needs and Priorities of a Growing but Under-Resourced Movement About the publication In 2016, American Jewish World Service (AJWS), Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice (Astraea) and Global Action for Trans* Equality (GATE) surveyed 54 groups from across the globe working on intersex issues. The results provide a unique snapshot of the funding and […]

Advancing Trans Movements Worldwide

Lessons from a Dialogue between Funders and Activists working on Gender Diversity About the publication Trans* and intersex movements are rapidly growing, and their advocacy is influencing issues and policies around the world. Increased funding attention for trans* and intersex communities is both a response to and a cause of this activism. Recognizing the need […]

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